University of Virginia: First season: 1905–06: All-time record: 1,673–1,182–1 (.586) Athletic director: Carla Williams: Head coach: Tony Bennett (13th season) Conference: Atlantic Coast Conference: Location: Charlottesville, Virginia: Arena: John Paul Jones Arena (Capacity: 14,593) Nickname: Cavaliers (official) Wahoos (unofficial) Student section: Hoo Crew: Colors
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Virginia Cavaliers School History. Location: Charlottesville, Virginia Seasons: 116 (1905-06 to 2020-21) Record: 1673-1182-1 .586 W-L% Conferences: ACC, Southern and Ind. Conference Champion: 11 Times (Reg. Seas.), 3 Times (Tourn.) NCAA Tournament: 24 Years (35-23), 3 Final Fours, 1 Championship NCAA Champion: 2019
Historical Information. All-Americans (PDF) National and Regional Academic Honors (PDF) Individual Honors (PDF) UVA In The National Polls (PDF) WNBA Draft Picks and Players. All-Time Letterwinners. All-Time Uniform Number History.
Virginia Cavaliers basketball history. University of Virginia (Charlottesville, VA) John Paul Jones Arena Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Current head coach: Tony Bennett (2009-) Assoc. HC: Jason Williford (2009-) Asst: Brad Soderberg (2015-) Asst: Orlando Vandross (2015-) DPD: Kyle Getter (2018-) DPP: Johnny Carpenter (2015-)
Men's Basketball History vs University of Virginia from Feb 1, 1955 - Feb 24, 2021.
Complete NCAA Tournament history for the Virginia Cavaliers. Includes stats, records, season-by-season results, and more.
Virginia Cavaliers Head-to-Head Results. Location: Charlottesville, Virginia Seasons: 116 (1905-06 to 2020-21) Record: 1673-1182-1 .586 W-L% Conferences: ACC, Southern and Ind. Conference Champion: 11 Times (Reg. Seas.), 3 Times (Tourn.) NCAA Tournament: 24 Years (35-23), 3 Final Fours, 1 Championship NCAA Champion: 2019
Owner of the fourth-highest career point total in league history, Stith scored in double figures in each of his final 51 games. The Dominator: Ralph Sampson (Col ’83) A three-time national and ACC Player of the Year, the 7-4 Sampson towered over the competition and led UVA to wins in 112 of the 135 games during his career. He holds UVA career records for rebounding (1,511), blocked shots (462) and dunks (253).